Thursday, July 6, 2017

Fort Thomas Sesquicentennial - Friday, July 7 - Game Night


Friday, July 7: Family Game Night.

We have over 25 games for all ages.  There is something fun for everyone.  And all games are free.  Check them out! Giant Jenga , Giant Dominoes, Pool Noodle Marble/Car Race, Life Size Scrabble, Giant Pick-Up Sticks, Bocce Ball, Corn Hole Sets, 2 Liter ring toss, Plunk It, Spots, Cat Tac Toe, Mailbox, Football Throw , Gaga Pit, Plinko, Toilet Game, Football Toss, Tic Tac Toe, Jaguar Jail, Golden Ball, Putt-Putt, Fish Toss, Lollipop Pull, Fish Pond, Lawn Twister, Frisbee Tic Tac Toe, Bean Bag Toss.  Don’t miss the Human Foosball!

5:00 PM:  All Carnival Games sponsored by local churches.

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6:00 – 8:00 PM:  Chess Tournament. 
It is free to play but it is a One-And-Done Tournament. You may register but we will take walk ins until 6:00 PM.  There are 3 Levels of play: Beginners, Intermediate, Master. The registration form is online at www.ftthomas.org.

6:00 PM: 3 on 3 Basketball Competition. Registration forms can be found at www.fortthomas.org  (Dave Simons 859-393-7136). Let’s see who still has game!  Join Dave in the Fort at the basketball area to prove who can shoot and score.

7:00 PM: Princesses and Super Heroes.
Can’t wait to see the beautiful princesses that will visit. They will talk to each of your own young princesses and super heroes while you take some memorable photos of them. The Super Heroes will prove to all ages that there are true heroes in this world. You just have to be young at heart to believe.

5:00 - 9:00 PM: Inflatables available throughout the evening. 

9:00 PM: Harry and the Hendersons movie.
Kids will be able to enjoy this like a drive-in movie in their customized  Green Line “cars” made from cardboard boxes. Kids can customize their  cars prior to the movie. Lots of family fun.

1 comment:

  1. What's the plan if it storms like all the stations are predicting?

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